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Hall of Fame Committee2010

Jared J. Davis, Principal (at June selection)Joyce A. Watkins, Chairman*

Eleanor D. Blackwell*Greg Byndrian *

Delores DePriest*Diedrea GambleLilian McBeth*

Selection Committeefor 2010 Induction

Hall of Fame Committee Members, Plus:

Eddie Ray Allen, communityNorreese Dawson, staff*

Anita George, staff*JoAnn Gray, staff (ret.)*Jermal Hosley, student

Hugh Jewell, community*John Mattox, community"Brenda Mims, community*Brigette Officer, community


Highland ParkBoard of Education

2010-11(as of press time)

Alma L. Greer, PresidentKathryn Joyner, Vice PresidentJohn H. Holloway,TreasurerJ amille L. Edwards, MemberBrenda J. Epperson, Member

Debra Humphrey, Member

Edith D. Hightower, Acting General Superintendent of Schools

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ProgramOpening Ceremony Joyce A. Watkins

Chairman, Hall of Fame Committee

Master of Ceremonies Lilian McBethHall of Fame Committee

Welcome Belvin LilesPrincipal, Highland Park Community High School

(effective 2010-11)

Greetings Edith D. HightowerActing General Superintendent of Schools

Greetings Alma L. GreerPresident, Board of Education


Acknowledgments Hall of Fame Committee

Selection ProcessInduction Ceremony Greg Byndrian

Hall of Fame Committee

HPCHS Student Escorts

Declaration of Hall of Fame Membership Belvin Liles

School Song .

Unveiling of Hall of Fame Showcase Hall of Fame Committee


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Introducing theHighland Park Community High School

Hall of Fame

In the spring of 1990, Highland Park Community High School Principal Dr. Gerald Goldenformed a committee to establish a Hall of Fame, recognizing graduates who have exhibitedoutstanding leadership, character, and service to their communities and professions.

The Hall of Fame Committee, chaired (through June 1995) by Darrell Pursiful, now retiredHPCHS Athletic Director and longtime former basketball coach, moved swiftly in the inauguralyear, 1990, to establish selection criteria and operating procedures, set an induction ceremonydate, and invite nominations. Letters were issued, a news release was published in three news-papers, and planning of the ceremony and banquet proceeded. Nominations received before thefirst-year June 1st deadline were considered for the first annual induction. That flurry of first-year activity set the basic pattern.

The Hall is intended to motivate and encourage students to aspire to a higher standard ofachievement and to increase community awareness of the High School and its traditions ofexcellence and success. The Hall of Fame enshrines alumni of the former Highland Park HighSchool on Glendale Avenue (1915 to 1977) as well as Highland Park Community High School,which opened on Woodward Avenue in September 1977. A nominee must have graduated atleast five years prior to consideration.

Anyone may submit a nomination anytime using a form available upon request through theHPCHSHall of Fame Chairman or School District Public Information Office. In accordance withthe Constitution and By-Lawsgoverning the Hall of Fame, nominations received after the Febru-ary 1st deadline each calendar year will be considered in the following calendar year. Nomineesmust respond to a written request for biographical information prior to the Selection Com-mittee meeting to be considered. Nomination neither implies nor guarantees selection. By thevery nature of a hall of fame, induction is not a right, but an honor and privilege.

The Selection Committee includes community, staff, and student members. Committeemembers review a folder for each eligiblenominee containing biographical information submittedby the nominee. Selections are made by secret ballot, tallied immediately. The Selection Committeeis the sole decisionmaker, and its selections are final.

The Hall of Fame is showcased in a central hallway,with an 11 x 14 photo and biographicalhighlights for inductees. In 1990, 15 alumni, representing eight different decades, were inducted. Inaccordance with the plan to induct small groups after the inaugural year, seven alumni wereselected for induction in 1991 and six were selected in each succeeding year except for a year ofhiatus in 2006. In 2010, fivenew honorees chosen from among the 11 eligiblenominees bring totalmembership to 129. (Asixth selection was rescinded due to non-compliance with an essential post-selection requirement.)


2010 INDUCTEESLinde Ward Bassett EducatorLarry A. Bland Financial AnalystFranscott F Fowler Police Lieutenant (retired)Eugene Goode Police Lieutenant (retired)Alvin Maurice Stanley Account Executive (posthumous)


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Linda Ward BassettGraduated from HPHS: 1969.Name while attending HPHS: Linda Ward.College:Saginaw ValleyState College: B.A., Sociology,

English; Secondary Certification, 1973. Wayne StateUniversity, Detroit: M.A., Early Childhood Education;Elementary Education, 1981.

Current Occupation: Teacher, Highland Park SchoolDistrict, since 1973.

Career Highlights: Teacher, GED, adult literacy, highschool diploma classes; kindergarten, 2nd, 7th grades,Head Start. Heritage and Dance School Director, 1979 to1981.

Mentor to aspiring new teachers from WSU,Universityof Detroit Mercy, Marygrove College. Past co-director ofVacation Bible School, more than 20 years. Workshopleader for Wayne Regional Educational Service Agency(RESA), Greater New Mt. Moriah Baptist Church,Progressive National Baptist Convention, Highland ParkHead Start.

Superintendent of children's division of church school.Director ofChristian Ministry.Chairperson, CorrespondingSecretary, Newsletter Editor of Dept. of Mission. DirectorofDrama Ministry.Humanitarian Parent Volunteer awards.First teacher to win State of Michigan Hand Up Award forHead Start Dept. (awarded usually to administrators).

Residence while attending HPHS: Connecticut Ave.Current Residence: Northwest Detroit.

Larry A. BlandGraduated from HPHS: 1971.College: Ferris State College, Big Rapids: A.A., Pre-

Teaching, 1974; A.A.,LegalAssistant, 1975; B.S., BusinessAdministration, 1977.

Current Occupation: Senior RegionalLeader, PrtmericaFinancial Services Detroit/Lathrup Village, since 1985.

Personal financial analyst. Managed a 50-member salesteam. Implemented ongoing sales and marketing trainingprogram. Provided financial education seminars tofamilies, businesses, community groups. Marketed variousfinancial products including life insurance, mutual funds,annuities, education funds, mortgages.

Career Highlights: Retail manager, Montgomery Warddept. store, Detroit, 1977 to 1980; six differentmanagement areas, responsible for six-member sales team.Sales representative, KMSResearch Laboratories, Detroit,1980 to 1982: marketing hair care products, beauty salonsupplies; consultant for barber shop, beauty salon owners.Sales representative, Bluco Pharmaceuticals, 1982 to1985: marketing health care products, prescription drugs;services to clients including hospitals, clinics, doctor'soffices. Youth Specialist II, Oakland County Children'sVillage,Pontiac, since 1988: daily guidance, counseling fortroubled youth in residential Site; trained in therapeuticintervention, crisis management.

Church deacon, trustee, administrative board member.Co-Founder of Detroit junior basketball league, for ages 8-13. Life insurance, securities, mortgage licenses. Manyawards as top producer in sales, recruiting. Promoted toRegional VicePresident, National Association of SecuritiesDealers, 1989. Named to Who's Who in America, 1975.Ferris State U. Black Alumni Association member.

Residence while attending HPHS: Hill Ave.Current Residence: Rosedale Park, Detroit.


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Franscott F.Fowler

Graduated from HPHS: 1963.College:Arizona State U,Tempe, 1967. WayneCounty

Community College, 1975. Atlanta U, 1983. Northwesternu., Evanston, Ill., 1997. Eastern Michigan u., Ypsilanti,1999. 18 law enforcement programs, federal, state, andlocal, including Secret Service Dignitary Protection, DEA.

Current Occupation: Retired Police Lieutenant.Career Highlights: Entered U.S. Army, 1963. Military

training in 13 specialties. Paratrooper, Green Beret honoreeat age 18, Vietnam service. Promoted to Staff Sergeant atage 21 while teaching Military Science at Arizona State.Military medals, patches, ribbons, letter from PresidentNixon. Honorable discharge, 1970.

Detroit Police Dept., 32 years of service. GraduatedDPD Academy, 1971. Service in various DPD units andSpecial Operations. Intelligence officer. Promoted toSergeant, 1983. Detective, Investigative Operation section.Officer in Charge of Narcotics Section Special Operations,1989 to 1991. Executive Sergeant of General EnforcementSection in Narcotics Division, 1991 to 1994. ExecutiveSergeant, Housing Support, 1995. Promoted to Lieutenant,1995. Officerin Charge ofHousing Support Division, 1995to 2003. Retired from DPD, 2003.

Security, Chandler Park Academy Philip School, 2005to 2007. Executive Protection and Security, New CenterCommunity Mental Health Services, 2007 to 2009. Securityand executive personal protection consultant.

Awarded DPD Citation and Medal for Heroism, DPD'shighest. 12 DPD Citations for arrests of violent felons, 6Chief Unit Awards, 6 Chief Merit Awards, 8 PerfectAttendance Awards, 10 Commendations. Played major rolein dismantling 7 notorious Detroit gangs. His work citedin Free Press, WXYZ(7),WJBK-TV(2), ABC-TV

In DPD Housing Support section, designed programwhich led to maximum HUD score of "P\.' for security &neighborhood policing of previously HUD-designated"Troubled" public housing.

Residence while attending HPHS: Cottage Grove Ave.,Elmhurst Ave.

Current Residence: Downtown Detroit.


Eugene Goode

Graduated from HPHS: 1964.College: WayneState u., Detroit: Bachelor's degree.Current Occupation: Retired Police Lieutenant.Career Highlights: Entered U.S.Army, 1964. Graduated

from Advanced Infantry Training, Ft. Gordon, Ga. Selectedto U.S. Army Presidential Honor Guard, Ft. Myer andArlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va. Ceremonialguard duty at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, PresidentKennedy's gravestte, other sites in U.S. and overseas.Soldier ofthe Yearat Ft. Myer, 1965. Promoted to Sergeant,E-5. Honorable discharge, 1967.

Worked and lived in D.C. Returned to HP in 1969,working at Chrysler Corp., Manufacturers Bank.

Detroit Police Dept., 1977 to 2009: 15tl1Precinct PatrolDivision, Investigations Operation Division Detective,Tactical Services Section, Investigator in Armed Robbery/Sex Crimes Unit, Crimes Against Persons/Property Section,Chief's Staff Division (Special Investigations), Police andFire Arson Unit. Promoted to Sergeant, 1987.

Training in Michigan State Police Arson InvestigationSchool, National Fire Academy (Md.), U.S. ATF NationalAcademy (Ga.). Certified expert, fire investigations.

DPD Citation Medal, Citation for Valor with Medal,Purple Heart with Medal and Wound Bar, Mich.Associationof Chiefs of Police Distinguished Service Award and Medal,5 Chief's Citations, 6 Chief's Unit Awards. 10 PerfectAttendance Awards.

Elected Vice President, Detroit Police Lieutenants andSergeants Association, 1999, the 1st African-Americanelected officer in nation's oldest supervisors union (1929).Promoted to DPD Lieutenant, 2000. Elected union's 1stAfrican-Americanpresident, 2006. Retired from DPD,2009.

Lifemember, NAACPand Disabled American Veterans.Past executiveboard member, National Association ofPoliceOrganizations. 26-year member of Prince Hall Masons.Involved in Masonic charity in Detroit, Las Vegas.Memberof other professional organizations, University DistrictCommunity Assn.

Residence while attending HPHS: LaBelle Ave.Current Residence: University District, Detroit; Las



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Alvin Maurice StanleyGraduated from HPHS: 1963.College:Highland Park College,Associate of Arts

(A.A.). Wayne State U., Detroit: B.S., BusinessAdministration-Marketing, 1977. Central MichiganU., Troy campus: Master's program (1 yearcompleted), 1993.

Fourth posthumously elected member ofHPCHS Hall of Fame.

Career Highlights: Health Alliance Plan,Detroit: Account Executive, National AccountSales, 1969 to 1978; Senior Account Executive,1978 to 1983. Proprietor/Manager, Reese'sRestaurant, Oak Park, 1983 to 1985. SubstituteTeacher, Detroit Public Schools, 1985 to 1987.

Delta Dental of Michigan, Farmington Hills:Marketing Representative, 1987 to 1992; AccountExecutive, for customer service, renewals, groupsales, implementing marketing strategies for newbusiness sales to groups of 1,000-plus employees,1992 to 1997; Senior Account Manager/AccountManager, servicing and retention of $72 million inbusiness, new sales to business of 10,000-plusemployees, 1997 to 2005. Retired December 2005.

Michigan Salesman of the Year, 1996. TopSales Executive, 2000, 2001, 2003, Michigan,Indiana, and Ohio, with $45 million in total sales.National Sales Awards, 1997 to 2003, Delta DentalPlan Association.

Career Day volunteer in Detroit Public Schools.Residence while attending HPHS: Thompson

Ave.Residence at time of passing: Southfield,



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CLASS1928 Jean Berridge Baker1963 Gregory Marc Byndrian1946 Ralph Richard Canfield1971 Elaine Reginia Ferguson1959 J ohn Fundukian1925 Frances Alvord Harris1983 Phillip Walker Heath1966 Telma Hopkins1968 Samuel E. McCargo1955 Titus McClary1968 Reginald (Reggie)McKenzie1935 Charles D. Miller1954 Dale A.Robinson1959 Bill Williams1919 Eleanor Bumgardner Wright

1969 Reginald A. Ball1960 Eleanor D. Blackwell1973 L. Kim Hoagland1935 Horace R. Holloway1967 Clifford Larkins1961 Lilian McBeth1952 Martha G. Scott

1962 C. Gary Artiruan1978 Ursula Buckanes-Henry1958 Jolm Franklin Mattox1945 Bill Pierce1972 Linsey Porter1966 Rodolfo (Rudy) Thomas

1971 Arthur B. Blackwell II1972 Ava Latanya Hall-Hilton1953 J ohn K.Hodgson1979 Tanya Ware-Hutchison1957 John McMeekins1977 Joyce Wright-Richey

1972 Gregory Croxton1953 W Robert Docking1964 Vartan Kupelian1972 Robert W Lincoln, Jr.1971 Gregory Terrell1975 Morris Wright

1988 Paul D. Bryant1960 Theodis Reginald Gay1972 Carol Denise Johnson1946 Richard G. (Jerry) Raymond1968 Joyce A. Brown-Watkins1962 Thomas E. Wolfe

1976 FayE. Clark1972 Cynthia Pinkett-Overton1955 Dominic A. Palazzolo1971 James S. Robinson1945 Samuel Smith1981 William Earl Washington

1991u.s. Secret ServiceExecutive Secretary, HP Board of Ed.Judge, 30th District CourtPediatricianUniversity of Michigan EducatorHPCHS SecretaryMayor of Highland Park1992Medical DoctorEntertainer, Fitness ConsultantDirector of Public Safety, Highland ParkMajor League Baseball PlayerMayor of Highland Park1993 Detroit Police Commander

Political LeaderFoundation DirectorTeacherModel/EntrepreneurPublic Safety/Police Official1994 Medical Director

University Academic AdvisorSchool SuperintendentSports JournalistHuman Resources DirectorManaging Director, CPAfirmInsurance AgencyOwner1995Certified Public AccountantEntrepreneur, Political & Civic Leader (posthumous)EducatorEducatorEducatorCorporation President

1996Rehabilitation CounselorGraphic ArtistEducatorBusiness ExecutiveSchool Stockroom Manager (retired)Educator

1990HP Teacher/Counselor (Retired)HPSD Public Information OfficerMinister (Retired)PediatricianAthletic DirectorPioneer Radio-TV Personality (Retired)City ofHP Public Information OfficerEntertainerAttorneyHP Police Officer (Retired)Professional Football ExecutiveHPHS/HPCHS Educator (Retired)Educational Organization SpecialistBusiness ExecutiveRetired Author, Secretary, Journalist


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1977 Perry Battle1982 Rick L. Blalock1965 Delores Clark DePriest1973 Laura E. Foster1967 Lynda J. Ashford-Scales1977 Terry L. Ward

1984 Perry T. Cabean, Jr.1975 Morris Cotton1975 Terry Duerod1972 Anita Anthony George1948 Michael M. Glusac1977 Karla Hall

1926 H. Milton Anderson1974 Amorie A. Robinson1970 James A. Satchel1983 Renata L. Milton Smith1972 Robert Thornton1962 Janie R. Williams Walker

1966 Alan P. Akmakjian1948 John V Balian1948 Richard Bull1984 Dion N. Johnson1967 Elmorie Clack Miller1948 William M. Palmer

1986 LaSanya E. Brown1984 Leila A. Gray1972 Janice Wilkerson Green1956 George A. Jolly1978 Romie J. (J em Pinkett1989 James E. Wooten

1962 Charles Blockett, Jr.1956 Tarik S. Daoud1983 Patrick L. Franklin1975 Nita Murray-Grier1975 Cynthia Perry Logan1980 Ingrid Walton ("CoCo')

1984 Robert Glynn Blackwell1981 Margo Hall-Callender1974 Perrin T. Emanuel1972 Brenda Hicks1968 Arnold Wicker, Sr.1972 YvetteHardy Woodruff

1989 David E. Cole1967 Earl Dixon1976 Aurelia D. Gartrell-Jamerson1966 Hugh R. Jewell1966 Brenda L. Blackwell Mims1963 Samuel Mims

1974 Samuel Craig1969 Norreese Dawson, Jr.1952 William R. Ford1966 Charlene turner Johnson1971 Acquenatta Rembert-Foster1964 McConnell c. Trapp

1997Corporate Sales DirectorTV News AnchorSchool ParaprofessionalEducatorVeterinarianCorporate Real Estate Negotiator

1998Investment Company ExecutiveLaw Enforcement ProfessionalAthlete/FirefighterEducator/Recreation LeaderCorporate Executive/MayorCorporate Contributions Manager

1999Graphic Arts Designer (retired)Clinical Examiner /Forensic PsychologistLitigation ManagerSenior Cost & Budget AnalystCommunity Development/PR ManagerQuality Improvement Nurse

2000Author/EducatorOph thalmologist (posthumous)Choreographer/Educator (posthumous)Management ConsultantMinister/EducalorBuilder/public Official21001Teacher/CoachBank Holding Company VicePresidentUniversity AdministratorPsychiatric Social WorkerRetail Store ManagerAutomotive Engineer

2002Human Resources ExecutiveAuto Dealership OwnerClergymanAttorneyTeacher/CoachEntertainer/Radio Personality

2003Athletics/School Programs CoordinatorActress/Director/TeacherEconomic Development ExecutiveEducatorPolice/Security ManagementClinical Director/Counselor

2004Product EngineerEducatorAnesthesiology Dept. Vice ChiefCity/School ProfessionalEducatorRecreation Administrator

2005EducatorRecreation and Sports OfficialPublic Administrator/Sr. Foreign OfficerCommunity Organization ExecutiveEducatorEducator Continueci @ 2007

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Gene BondMattie P. CarterCatherine A. Davis-DeLoachTyrone Bobby Joe HillVictor Ricardo Thomas. Sr.Christopher Woodard


George DuncanVanessa R Easley-QuinnDarryl A. JohnsonMiles MaxeyMarcellette Gay WilliamsLindell A.Young-Collins


Roudine BryantRandye L BullockSharon J. DavisDavid Melton. Jr.WilliamF MorganJoseph Peters. Jr.

2007EntrepreneurCity ClerkPostmasterSports History Figure (posthumous)PastorPublisher/Editor

2008EducatorEducatorPolice OfficerEngineerChancellor/ProfessorPediatrician

2009Secretary/Receptionist (retired)Public Relations SpecialistPastor/EducatorAttorneyTownship Supervisor (mayor)Labor Union Region Director

The Hall of Fame in Perspective• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •• •• "I believe it is important to note the importance of this event to the lives of students •: attending school in this building. The impressive display in the Hall showcase illustrates :• some of the many graduates who have excelled in their careers. But more than that, it •: illustrates that the purpose of the school is to prepare students for a life after high school, :• and that life can be filled with success. •: 'In the most difficult of circumstances, young people with a clear vision of their future :• will achieve against all odds. . . . Let us celebrate the accomplishments of those who we •: honor tonight. But let us always remember that each of us has a responsibility to create the :• belief in each young person that success is achievable, and that a quality education is the •: best vehicle to reach that goal." :• -John Stindt, Assistant Superintendent, •• at the October 23, 1998, Hall oj Fame Induction. •• •• •• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •• •• "...Someone once said that you get your rewards through your good works or through •• the good works of your children. Tonight, our six inductees will indeed receive their rewards •: for the outstanding contributions and commitment they made in the profession, their com- :• munity and in the lives of others. •: "Weare sure their commitment is what transforms a promise into reality-the words :• that speak boldly of your intentions-actions which speak louder than words. It is making •: the time when there is none, coming through time after time after time-year after year after :• year. Commitment is the stuff character is made of-the power to change the face of things. •• "Weare proud of the commitment and accomplishments of these six Highland Parkers •• •• and are sure they will continue to serve as positive role models for our students and •• community.... " •• •• -Eleanor D. Blackwell, President, Board oj Education, •• at the October 18, 1996, Hall oj Fame Induction. •• •• •• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••


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Photocopies oj this form are welcome.

NOMINEES MUST1. be outstanding role models;2. exhibit outstanding leadership, character, and service;3. have made significant contributions to their respective communities and professions;4. have been graduated from HPCHS/HPHS at least 5 years prior to consideration.


RETURN TO: Mrs. Joyce Watkins, Hall of Fame Chairman, 30845 Red Maple Lane, Southfield, MI 48076

I wish to nominate the following person for the Highland Park Community High School Hall of Fame:



CURRENTADDRESS _Number and Street City State Zip



Briefly explain why you are nominating this candidate:

Nominated by ~_ Phone Number (

Address ----~~~--~~----------------------------Number and Street City State Zip

Date Submitted --------------

I For Hall of Fame Committee use only; Date received: rev. 10/09

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Highland Park, we hail to thee;

Weare ever true.

Through the years we sing glad praise

To the White and Blue.

Times may change, but memories grow,

Dear old days gone by.

Hail to thee, our honored school;

Wehold our banners high.

Fight on, 0 fight on, HP get that ball,

Knock them for a loss, 0 for a loss.

And when the crowd starts cheering, foes start fearing.

Watch us go!

So cheer, boys, cheer with an H-P,an H-P-Hurrah!

Weare the Polar Bears!

Victory will hold our banners up high;

If we fight on, we're bound to win.

n-r, H-I, H-I-G-H

L-A, L-A, L-A-N-D